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Second arrest made in connection with drug case in Rochester
ROCHESTER – The girlfriend of a Lafayette Street man was arrested Monday after police say she assisted in growing marijuana out of their shared apartment.
Christy Hanscom, 29, of 7 Lafayette St., was charged with felony manufacture of a controlled drug.
Hanscom, who was released on $2,500 personal recognizance, is scheduled to appear in court for an arraignment March 3.
On Thursday, her boyfriend, Devon Smith, 22, of 7A Lafayette St., was charged with felony manufacture of a controlled drug and misdemeanor possession of property without a serial number.
As a result, police obtained a warrant and seized multiple marijuana plants and growing paraphernalia along with a sawed-off shotgun with the serial numbers obliterated.
Smith was arraigned Saturday and remains in Strafford County Jail in Dover on $10,000 cash bail. Possession of property without a serial number is a Class A misdemeanor, which could result in up to a year in jail.
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